The witch‘s Multiverse is shrouded in mystery. However, the Origin prequel helps deepen our understanding by introducing a character who can jump between timelines and places: Avallak’h (Samuel Blankenship).
In the series finale, he tells Mervin (Mirren Mac) that he can use the monoliths the huge gate-obelisks between worlds to travel through time and space. Then in the scene after the credits, he uses that knowledge to travel thousands of years into the future, back to the time of the Ciri.
While this adds a new layer to the mysterious nature of the multiverse, the creators do not plan to use it as Marvel Studios. In an interview with GamesRadar+ with showrunner Declan de Barr, the Netflix franchise will not be introducing any other versions of the characters anytime soon.
There are no different versions. They’re the same characters, but the worlds they travel between are very different, and in some cases, they exist in different timelines. There’s a lot of jumping between dimensions in the world, but it’s the same characters jumping between these worlds.
It undermines the theory that the show could change Geralt in the wake of Henry Cavill’s departure. He will be replaced by Liam Hemsworth in season four, but it is unclear how exactly the transition between the actors will take place and whether it will be explained at all.
The third season of The witcher is expected to premiere in the summer of 2023.